Monogamy equality in 2⊗2⊗d quantum systems

  title={Monogamy equality in 2⊗2⊗d quantum systems},
  author={Dong Pyo Chi and Jeong Woon Choi and Kabgyun Jeong and Jeong San Kim and Taewan Kim and Soojoon Lee},
  journal={Journal of Mathematical Physics},
There is an interesting property about multipartite entanglement, called the monogamy of entanglement. The property can be shown by the monogamy inequality, called the Coffman–Kundu–Wootters inequality [Phys. Rev. A 61, 052306 (2000); Coffman–Kundu–WoottersPhys. Rev. Lett. 96, 220503 (2006)], and more explicitly by the monogamy equality in terms of the concurrence and the concurrence of assistance, CA(BC)2=CAB2+(CACa)2, in the three-qubit system. In this paper, we consider the monogamy equality… 
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